Not so controversial

Manchester Mouth’s movie expert Tony Boffey claims that Chris Morris’s new film ‘Four Lions’ is not as taboo as it is made out to be.

Speaking at the UK Premiere of Four Lions at the Bradford International Film Festival, Morris said that trying to break taboos is “one of the most boring things you can do. If that’s what you’re interested in, you might as well give up now”.

The creative force behind ‘The Day Today’, ‘Brass Eye’, ‘Jam’ and the BAFTA winning short film ‘My Wrongs #8245–8249 & 117’ also claimed: “Nothing I’ve done I would classify as controversial.” Despite his debut feature being a slapstick comedy about a group of incompetent suicide bombers, I can see his point.

To read the rest of this review visit the culture section of the main Manchester Mouth website.

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